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Control State Results for January 2018

During January, nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 2.1% over same period sales last year. Alabama (7.8%), Idaho (4.0%), Iowa (11.5%), Maine (5.1%), Michigan (4.0%), Mississippi (7.4%), Montana (25.6%), North Carolina (5.9%), Ohio (4.5%), Utah (4.0%), Vermont (3.1%), West Virginia (3.1%), and Wyoming (10.1%) reported monthly growth rates for January that exceeded their twelve month trends.

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Daniel Noble Voted Incoming Chair-Elect To NABCA Board

ALEXANDRIA, VA (January 25, 2018)—Daniel W. Noble, director of the Wyoming Department of Revenue, was voted chair-elect to the NABCA Board of Directors. He will assume responsibilities of this position in May 2018, when current chair-elect Jeffrey L. Painter, chairman of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (Virginia ABC), becomes NABCA Chairman of the Board.

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Control State Results for November 2017

During November, nine-liter control states spirits case sales, influenced by reporting anomalies in Michigan and Utah and in spite of a rather strong comp, grew 6.6% over same period sales last year. Alabama (4.3%), Michigan (25.9%), Mississippi (1.6%), Montana (5.3%), North Carolina (3.8%), New Hampshire (4.5%), Utah (28.2%), Virginia (4.8%), Vermont (3.4%), West Virginia (3.8%), and Wyoming (4.5%) reported monthly growth rates for November that exceeded their twelve month trends.